Simon Pagenaud has taken victory in the IndyCar iRacing Challenge at Motegi after a wild finish saw former leaders, Power and McLaughlin, wrecked out of contention.
Simon Pagenaud has won the third race of the IndyCar iRacing Challenge at the virtual Michigan International Speedway. Scott McLaughlin and Dale Earnhardt Jr. completed the podium.
Max Chilton will be returning to the cockpit of the #59 Carlin Chevrolet on a part-time schedule for the 2020 NTT IndyCar Series.
Another thrilling season of NTT IndyCar Series racing has come and gone. Join us as we take a look back at the seventeen races that led to Josef Newgarden being crowned champion for a second time.
Colton Herta will start on pole position for tomorrow’s IndyCar race at Laguna Seca. Championship leader Josef Newgarden will start in fourth place.
Despite starting way down in eighteenth place, Conor Daly took Carlin’s best finish of the 2019 NTT IndyCar Series after finishing in sixth place at Gateway on Saturday night.
After the now infamous lap one incident in yesterday’s NTT IndyCar Series ABC Supply 500, many drivers and fans are calling for Pocono Raceway to be dropped from the calendar. Here, we take a look at the reasons why IndyCar should say goodbye to “the tricky triangle.”
Alexander Rossi put on an absolute masterclass at Road America to take his second win of the 2019 NTT IndyCar Series. Rossi won the race with a twenty-eight second gap to Will Power in second-place.
Conor Daly will race for Carlin in this weekend’s IndyCar DXC Technology 600 at Texas Motor Speedway after it was announced that Max Chilton will no longer compete in oval races. Daly will drive Chilton’s #59 Chevrolet.
Alexander Rossi will start from pole for race one of IndyCar’s Detroit weekend, ahead of Josef Newgarden
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After a multitude of errors throughout the lead-up to qualifying for the 2019 Indy 500, McLaren CEO Zak Brown has stated that the team “didn’t deserve” to qualify and that the team owed their fans “more than just an apology.”
Simon Pagenaud will start on pole position for the 2019 Indianapolis 500. The Frenchman claimed his first pole for the famous race with Team Penske, whilst Fernando Alonso was eliminated from the field alongside Carlin’s Patricio O’Ward and Max Chilton.
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Spencer Pigot took the fastest time of the first day of 2019 Indianapolis 500 qualifying today. He will be looking to secure pole position tomorrow, whilst Fernando Alonso, James Hinchcliffe, Sage Karam, Patricio O’Ward, Max Chilton and Kyle Kaiser fight for the final three spots on the grid.
Conor Daly was the fastest driver on Fast Friday at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway today. The American set the fastest lap of over 231-mph, with Ed Jones leading the way on the no-tow list heading into Indy 500 qualifying this weekend.
Ed Jones led the third day of practice for this year’s NTT IndyCar Series Indianapolis 500. The day’s running was curtailed by rain later in the day. Elsewhere, Carlin’s Patricio O’Ward crashed but walked away uninjured.